p.40 Four New Products from Radio Shack
[author Chris Morgan]
New developments from Radio Shack include some surprises.
p.50 Use Voiceprints to Analyze Speech
[author Steve Ciarcia]
The first step in designing a speech-recognition system is analyzing the spectral content of speech.
p.80 The Atarl Tutorial, Part 7: Sound
[author Bob Fraser]
The Atari 400 and 800 computers can generate a variety of noises.
p.100 Build a Half-year Clock for the Color Computer
[author William Barden Jr.]
The inexpensive and accurate half-year clock can be easily interfaced to a Radio Shack Color Computer.
p.126 The Input/Output Primer. Part 2: Interrupts and Direct Memory Access
[author Steve Leibson]
Second in a series that explains the way in which computers talk with the world.
p.142 A BASIC Plotting Subroutine. Sophisticated Plotting with Your MX-80
[author Lawrence J. Bregoli]
Simple software routines let the Epson MX-80 emulate sophisticated ploners.
p.158 Modify Your Paper Tiger for Different Paper Thicknesses
[author R. P. Sarna]
A simple modification increases the versatility of your printer.
p.198 Custom and Standardized Forms for the Microcomputer User
[author Philip Lemmons]
A number of companies stand ready to help you with various stock, custom, or standardized forms.
p.218 The Fill Forms System, CP/M Programs to Cut Down on Paperwork
[author Bill Roch]
Use your computer to fill in standardized forms.
p.248 Lowercase Descenders for the Epson MX-70
[author Bruce Piggott]
Get true lowercase descenders and program your own special characters.
p.278 BYTE Printer Directory
[author Curtis P. Feigel]
A listing of printer manufacturers and their products.
p.456 The Computer Toolbox
[author Mark Bernstein]
The modularity of FORTH gives laboratory computers portability and flexibility.
p.466 Skip Sequential: A New File Structure for Microcomputers
[author Jack Purdum]
An interesting technique for North Star and Microsoft BASICs combines the speed of random-access disk files with the space-saving advantages of sequential-access files.
p.26 Commodore 4022 Printer
[author Joseph Holmes]
p.44 Integral Data Systems' Prism Printer
[author Ed Umlor]
p.68 BYTE's Arcade
[author Gregg Williams]
[author Stanley J. Wszola]
[author George Stewart]
p.172 Graphics II
High Resolution Hard Copy from a DECwriter
[author Daniel Macero, Daniel Holmes, Thomas Banks, and Lloyd Burgess]
p.206 Base 2 Printer
[author Walter Jeffries]
p.262 Text Editing with Compuview's VEDIT
[author H. Bradford Thompson]
p.316 Four Implementations of Pascal
[author Thomas H. Woteki and Paul A. Sand]
p.358 Microsoft's BASIC Compiler for the TRS-80
[author Mahlon G. Kelly]
p.372 LDOS-Disk Operating System for the TRS-80
[author Tim Daneliuk]
p.384 COBOL for the TRS-80 Models I/III
[author Rowland Archer Jr.]
p.414 John Bell Engineering's Apple II Parallel Interface Board
[author Ned W. Rhodes]
p.6 Editorial: The Microprocessor's Tenth Birthday
p.162,300,310,473 Programming Ouickies: BASIC Formatted Printing; An Underline Filter for Matrix Printers; A Shape-Drawing Program for Diablo Printers; Finding Words That Sound Alike, The Soundex Algorithm
p.166, 256, 272 System Notes: Epson MX-BO Print-Control Program for the Apple II; Add a Full-sized Keyboard to Sinclair's ZXBO; Add a Cassette Interface to Your VIC-20
p.240 Product Description: Tele-VIC. Commodore Breaks the $100 Price Barrier for Modems
p.432 Books Received
p.434, 441 BYTE's Bugs
p.440 Clubs and Newsletters
p.441 Software Received
p.442 Ask BYTE
p.448 Event Oueue
p.454 BYTE's Bits
p.475 What's New?
p.526 Unclassified Ads
p.526 BOMB. BOMB Results
p.527 Reader Service